The startup has never generated revenue, but that should be changing this year when it introduces Galaxy, a service for running Meteor applications on top of cloud infrastructure -- without having to provision or manage that infrastructure.
Meteor is an amazing tool to create applications for the mobile devices. This guide shows you how to use Meteor to build, test, and send an app to the app stores. Note This tutorial is a bit long and goes...
Meteor's code does not look like code of classic Node.js framework. It's an abstraction of Node.js and it's more beautiful.
For example client code consists of helpers, events, sessions and templates...
What is Meteor? Meteor.js is an open-source platform built on Node and MongoDB. It’s not just a framework, it’s more than that. Is it comparable to Angular? Angular handles just the frontend parts of application.
Although our project was ambitious, we wanted to use whatever meteor packages that were available to us in order to best integrate with the Meteor environment, and to save time by not having to reinvent the wheel. At the onset we considered several approaches which were ultimately not chosen for certain reasons. These include:
Using minimongo as client side db - ultimately this would be trying to fit a square peg in a round hole by making relational data non-relational.Implementing oplog capabilities for PostgreSQL - Ultimately this would have been an entirely different project with an entirely different scope.Reducing the scope - Other implementations of SQL in Meteor had focused on achieving one way reactivity (server to client), and so we felt it would simplify our task if we chose to abandon goals of database everywhere or latency compensation. Ultimately this was not a concession we were willing to make.
Throughout the start of the project our approach was refined, and ultimately we landed on the following:
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